CCL are delighted to offer a rare opportunity to purchase a traditional seven-bedroom detached guest house in the tranquil town of Whithorn. The property was completely refurbished to a very high standard throughout in 2012 which included complete rewire and the installation of a new heating system. The property has a large garden as well as garage, potting shed, old washroom and a stable which is currently used as a coal and log store. A driveway provides ample parking for several cars as well as a back courtyard for an additional six cars.
Recently established as a guest house early viewing is strongly recommended to truly appreciate the quality and character this property has to offer and the full business potential.
All carpets, floor coverings, light fittings, blinds, curtains, furniture and goodwill are included in the sale, as well as the kitchen white goods and all external buildings on the property.
Entry to the property is gained via a wooden exterior door into a small vestibule with glazed hardwood door to hallway. Vestibule leads to a beautifully presented hallway with cream carpeted stairs and door access to multiple rooms.
Lounge: (5.0m x 4.4m)
The lounge is a cozy and traditionally decorated room with high ceilings and original cornicing. A large picture window to the front allows in an abundance of natural light and is fitted with large curtains. A large open coal fireplace with slate mantel and surround provides a stunning focal point.
Kitchen: (4.3m x 3.4m)
The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream base and wall units with contrasting black worktops. Red and black tiled splash back, 1½ bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, double electric oven with gas hob and stainless steel extractor fan, integrated dishwasher.
Breakfast Room: (4.4m x 4.3m)
The breakfast room is a traditionally decorated room featuring large picture windows to both the front and side which let in plenty of natural light. It has ample space for a large dining table. Like the lounge, a large open coal fireplace with slate mantel and surround provides a stunning focal point.
Ample space for a tumble dryer and freezer as well as plumbing for a washing machine. Worktop area. Window to the side.
White 3 piece suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin and shower. Wet wall paneling and window to the side.
Bedroom 7: (3.78m x 2.75m)
Currently set up as a comfortable double bedroom this room could also be used as an office or a snug. Picture window to the rear.
Carpeted staircase leads to the first-floor landing which gives access to 4 of the bedrooms, laundry room and storage cupboard which houses the immersion tank (pressurised hot water system) and heating controls. A further set of stairs leads to the second-floor which in turn gives access to a further two bedrooms and hatch to the loft.
Master Bedroom: (4.30m x 4.20m):
Bright and spacious double bedroom with a large picture window to the front. Feature wooden fire surround. Currently linked with bedroom 2 and sold as a family suite however the door between the two rooms can be locked to create two separate bedrooms.
Bedroom 2 and En-Suite: (3.5m x 2.7m)
Large double bedroom with window to the rear. Private en-suite fitted with a toilet, sink and shower.
Bedroom 3 and Ensuite: (4.4m x 4.0m)
Double bedroom with window to the side. Access to a private en-suite with a sink, toilet and bath.
Bedroom 4: (4.32m x 4.14m)
Large double bedroom with private door to the ensuite comprising of WC, wash hand basin and shower. Window to the rear.
Laundry Room: (2.8m x 2.8m)
Currently used as a laundry and store room with shelving.
Bedroom 5: (4.8m x 4.4m)
Large double bedroom with velux window to the rear providing a beautiful view of the Galloway Hills.
Bedroom 6: (4.8m x 4.1m)
Another large double again with velux window to the rear providing an excellent view of the Galloway Hills.
The property can be accessed from St Johns Road and Park Lane. Off street parking for multiple cars. Large walled garden with lawns, flower beds and mature shrubs.
Mansefield House is situated in the south west of Scotland in the ancient borough of Whithorn, Dumfries and Galloway. The town and surrounding area are of great archeological interest with ancient Christian and pagan burial sites and standing stones. Whithorn is surrounded by many coastal and woodland walks, pretty harbours, caves, beaches and stunning scenery. The Dark Sky National Park and Galloway Forest Park are also only a few miles away. Whithorn has convenience stores, a primary school, doctors surgery, veterinary surgery and library. The town of Newton Stewart is just 17 miles away and has supermarkets, secondary school, leisure centre and cinema.
Mansefield House is a beautiful former 19th century Scottish manse in the historic town of Whithorn. It has been run as a Guest House by the current owners for a number of years in a capacity to suit their own lifestyles. Currently they let out two double rooms and the family suite. It operates throughout the year with room rates from £45 for single occupancy and £70 for double occupancy. The price includes a delicious breakfast cooked to order using locally sourced produce.
There is a high demand for rooms throughout the year and the business is popular with both tourist and business travelers. There are excellent reviews on Trip Advisor and other online booking sites.
Mansefield House is situated in the south west of Scotland in the ancient borough of Whithorn, Dumfries and Galloway. The town and surrounding area are of great archeological interest with ancient Christian and pagan burial sites and standing stones. Whithorn is surrounded by many coastal and woodland walks, pretty harbours, caves, beaches and stunning scenery.